The Digital Security Exchange connects U.S. civil society organizations to digital security experts who help them stay safe from digital attack, helping them stay focused on protecting our communities, environment, and world.
You can get started with the DSX in two ways:
Civil society organizations come to the Digital Security Exchange seeking help with digital security assessments and training.Request digital security assistance
Digital security experts interested in assisting organizations request to become providers with the DSX.Request to become a provider
Organizations in need connect with digital security experts who can provide support.Learn more about partnerships
After a full year of concept design, community mapping, feedback generation, and technical development, we’re thrilled to officially launch the Digital Security Exchange.
I started work on the concept that became DSX on Wednesday, November 9, 2016 – the day after Do...
The Digital Security Exchange is focused on supporting U.S. organizations and individuals, though we coordinate with global networks to provide support to organizations and individuals around the world.
We rely on human-powered vetting and endorsement policies, we e...
When we set out to put together civil society organizations and digital security experts, one of the core features for us was trust – how do we gain, strengthen, and keep the trust of all the partners? And more importantly, how to verbalize what is, for many, an instinctual...